This past weekend I had the distinct honor being the officiating minister of my little sisters wedding. It was a beautiful day for a beach wedding and I can only hope I did the ceremony justice.
Since a wedding is a prime opportunity for photo fun and I had some unique perspectives of the day, I decided to go light and iPhone only. Below are some of my favorite photos of the day. All edited on the iPhone with one of my favorite apps, vscoCAM.
Communication is the key to any successful project. Especially when it extends across the aisle to different roles on the project. Great communication happens when each role has a better understanding of what each other does, and more importantly, respects each other. That respect fosters greater collaboration among everyone on the team which in turn will produce a better product. Julie Zhuo, a product designer at Facebook, wrote a series of outstanding articles that can help designers, engineers, and PM’s gain a better understanding each others roles and in turn, that respect.
For all the engineers and PMs out there wondering how to crack the strange, retina-sharp, helvetica-typed world of design: this is for you.
The PM is a chameleon of sorts, constantly adapting to what is needed to ship a successful product. As a designer, how do you handle their affable charm and their data-gushing, team-herding, smooth-talking ways?
Engineers are the magicians of the crew, who, with a few taps of their fingers, take the plans and the pixels and Voila! A working implementation. As a designer, how do you best keep up with their meme-savvy, self-deprecating, script-loving ways?
The Verge has posted an excellent visual history on iOS. From the days of no apps to finally getting copy & paste. It’s walk down memory lane and a reminder of how far it’s come on the eve of the release of iOS 7.